With more than 10 million copies of her books in print, #1 New York Times best-selling author Lisa Jackson is among the world’s most popular thriller writers. Two women who bear an uncanny resemblance to Dr. Kacey Lambert have been murdered. Kacey believes it is nothing more than a terrible coincidence, but the deeper she digs, the more worried she becomes. Soon, more victims emerge—all bearing a physical resemblance to Kacey—and she begins to wonder when the brutal killer will come hunting for her.
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Some have complained about the narrator. It is the same as the first couple of books. He may not be what you're expecting but I believe he does a good job. I am not distracted from the story by the narrator. The story is engaging and keeps you going. It may not become a classic but it is a good read.
I am not sure why a review states it was "terrible narration"? It was perfect and it fit the story-line. Overall, these books are a good read... HOWEVER, it is getting a little "crazy" to think all these serial killers are all from the same area (if you are reading the series). I am glad the author did not add more "killings" to the little town..... Then it would be redundant and boring.
the story isn't that bad, although i've not yet finished listening. bigger problem for me is the narrator, he's awful. his voice sounds very elderly, he has very poor enunciation, and slurs most of the words. unfortunately, it looks like this narrator does all of lisa jackson's books so i'll probably be reading vice listening to any others.
Narrative was bad... Story line is good. I think that if a female read it would of been better. I liked this one the best out of all books.
No. This is the third book in this series and it was the weakest of the the three.
The whole story line was weak. The fact that this story once again takes place in the worst snow storm in Montana's history is monotonous.
I have felt like, from the first book in this series, that the narrator should have been a woman. Also, Mr. Nebelthau is too old to be reading this book. The characters are almost all under 50 and he sounds like he's older than that.
If you enjoy repetitive, inane, inept police work liberally sprinkled with juvenile romance then this is the series for you. To be fair, this 3rd book in the series actually centers on a new character, a female doctor, and is a welcome relief from the boring sameness of the first two books, so it's not exactly the same story as the others: holiday-snow season in Montana and a brand new brilliant but deranged serial killer is on the loose (again!) in Grizzly Falls with Pescoli and Alvarez on the case (in between their problems with their kids and boyfriends) but it's close. If I were the sheriff I'd have fired both of these girl detectives. Of course if I were on the city/town council I'd probably have fired the Sheriff too. This author should really decide whether she's writing a romance or a mystery. She does better with the romance part because there doesn't have to be any logic to a romance. She cannot or will not maintain a rational approach to their cases and demonstrates a lack of capacity for pacing a well constructed story line and sticking with it. Too much unnecessary emotional trauma and not enough police work. I have more feeling for some of the minor characters/victims than her two principals. If only one or both of them would be the victim in the next book!
Lisa Jackson Yes
Alen nebelthau no way
It was good.
The story was good but Alan Nebalthau was not good at all. He sound so boring..
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